Pandora loves this... because under the artificial rainbow of fluorescent pink, neon-lime and electric blue sits three wild and brash silver elephants. Bex Rox's gigantic and weighty necklace and bracelet pulls no punches. There's nothing subtle here. The chunky chains interwoven with gold balls holds three detailed silver beasts that sit looming over the Duro Olowu dress.
But not to be outdone the dress is a riot of Nigerian-born Duro Olowu's signature clashing patterns; black and white polka dots, leaves and flashes of blue and green details vie for attention. Looking well travelled in an assortment of vibrant mismatched prints is a key trend this summer. The trick to the look - don't tame it. Clash print, pattern, texture and colour.
Bex Rox designer Bex Manners worked as a stylist for the likes of Calvin Klein and Vogue before setting up her own jewellery line in 2006. She's known for her chunky chains interwoven with bright flashes of cord inspired by her upbringing in the Balearic Islands. After training in law, Duro Olowu switched paths to fashion and launched his London-based label in 2004. He scooped the British Fashion Council's New Designer award just a year later. His eclectic prints on contemporary cuts bring collection after collection of exuberance to fashion.